Amanda Palmer and Morrissey slam hypocritical tributes to Sinéad O'Connor: "You praise her late."

Sinéad O’Connor, the talented Irish singer-songwriter, passed away at age 56 under mysterious circumstances. 

The London Inner South Coroner's Court is conducting an autopsy, and results may take weeks to be available. 

The police responded to reports of an unresponsive woman in South London, and her death is not being treated as suspicious. 

No medical cause of death has been given, leaving the reason for her demise unclear. 

Tributes pour in, with some blaming the industry's treatment, leading to her fragile mental state in later years.

O'Connor's protest on Saturday Night Live against the Pope in 1992 impacted her career and made her an early victim of cancel culture. 

Morrissey, an Irish Catholic descent and fellow musician, defended O'Connor against media and fairweather fans' treatment. 

O'Connor's struggles were highlighted, with criticism towards those who failed to support her during difficult times. 

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